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    I remember a post here that mentioned some "new regulation" on adjustment of status and how, after July 30th or so, overstayed immediate relatives of USC wouldn't be eligible to adjust. Surprisingly, I found a few related posts when browsing through other message boards.

    Now, I don't know who is propagating the myth, but there's absolutely NO new regulation affecting the eligibility of overstayed immediate relatives to adjust. INA and CFR remain unaltered, and eligibility hasn't changed. Congress hasn't passed any new rules affecting eligibility.

    I don't know who's doing this or for what reason, but this is nothing but yet another "misinformation campaign" targeted at aliens and their USC relatives.

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    I remember a post here that mentioned some "new regulation" on adjustment of status and how, after July 30th or so, overstayed immediate relatives of USC wouldn't be eligible to adjust. Surprisingly, I found a few related posts when browsing through other message boards.

    Now, I don't know who is propagating the myth, but there's absolutely NO new regulation affecting the eligibility of overstayed immediate relatives to adjust. INA and CFR remain unaltered, and eligibility hasn't changed. Congress hasn't passed any new rules affecting eligibility.

    I don't know who's doing this or for what reason, but this is nothing but yet another "misinformation campaign" targeted at aliens and their USC relatives.

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    • #3
      Yet another..

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      • #4
        All I know is that the information propagated by the myth is FALSE and COMPLETELY UNFOUNDED.

        Again, there's NO "new rule" affecting the eligibility of overstayed immediate relatives to adjust, NONE!

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        • #5
          Take it easy, Houston

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          • #6
            Dear Houston,

            Please can you tell us what are the rules of eligibility in Layman's terms,

            Under a different thread you sent me a website to look at:
            http://www.uscis.gov/propub/template.htm?view=document&...all&hash=0-0-0-15643

            for me and perhaps others, this is very confusing.

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